The PS3 and Xbox 360 versions are pretty comparable, though the PS3 version features motion-based controls that are thankfully optional, as well as a little more aliasing. The graphics are still pretty sharp across the board. There's loads of detail in the vehicles, and the environments and the explosions look nice, though looking at the bigger picture, what's really good about the visuals is how fully realized the visual style for each movie is. The frame rate isn't always stable, and if you look beyond your immediate surroundings you might notice some nasty textures, but these aren't critical issues. On the PS2 there's an appropriate drop in visual fidelity, which means less texture detail, fewer cars on the road, and things of that nature, though it's still a decent-looking game. The online functionality of the multiplayer has been stripped out of the PS2 version, though. Surprisingly, the PS2 version actually loads faster than the PS3 or Xbox 360 versions.